Ghosts of the Big Sandy River
When newcomers Clayton and Scot Hall investigate ghosts, myths, and legends of Louisa and Fort Gay, they discover a fifty-year secret. The townsfolk don’t appreciate the intrusion and do not hesitate in showing their displeasure. Soon, the brothers face more than they could ever imagine. Mysteries abound from Pine Hill Cemetery to Paddle Creek, reaching back to the Civil War and the war of Vietnam. Sometimes death has nothing to do with dying.
About Edward C. Hartshorn (Columbus, Ohio Author)
Eddie lives in Columbus, Ohio, with his five dogs: four Maltipoos and one Chihuahua. He began writing stories in the fifth grade at the age of ten. At that time, his biggest fan was his grandmother, Zelda. She was blind, but her sight through her other senses was so great that he remains astounded to this day. Eddie is the father of six sons and one daughter. All are grown. Raising seven kids required made-up bedtime stories. Some, he hopes to bring to life in upcoming books. Reach Eddie at www.CrazyFiction.com